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My Story

Hello. My name is Sari and I have been on a food journey since 2009. Due to a serious illness and many food allergies that developed in my 30’s, I had to change my eating habits drastically. Not only did I need to eat differently and educate myself about nutrition and food alternatives, I also needed to […]

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  In this collection are many of the recipes that I have come to love, crave, and share with others in my daily life. They helped me recover from illness and as a bonus, lose 55 pounds. All of my recipes are free of gluten, dairy, egg, and soy! I hope you enjoy them and […]

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Food Allergies

Like so many people in the world today, I developed food allergies that were very unexpected.  They have literally changed how I eat, what I eat, and how I think about food.  In many ways, food allergies changed several aspects of my life, some for the better.  Having food allergies impacts your life in ways […]

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Picky Eaters

Children can become picky eaters for a variety of reasons.  Parents who are frustrated at meal times should find comfort in knowing that it is developmentally appropriate for children to go through a ‘picky’ eating stage when they are between 2-3 years old.  This is when kids are learning to assert control, learning to express […]

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Latest Posts

Homemade Turkey Apple Sausage Patties

April 30, 2017 | 2 Comments

I like to have some meaty protein in the mornings between when I have breakfast and lunch.  This mid-morning snack helps me get through the first half of the day without feeling completely famished!  Since processed meats like bacon and sausages are usually very salty and can be expensive if you buy the good quality […]

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Glorious Salads

April 24, 2017 | No Comments

A lot of people think of salads as health food that doesn’t fill you up.  Salads can be whatever you want them to be!  They could be an appetizer or a small side accompaniment to your meal, or…they can be the entree.  You can take just about anything and put it into a salad.  We […]

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Carrot Fries

April 15, 2017 | No Comments

A few days ago, I wrote a post about carrots and how to make them into carrot ribbons (like flat noodles).  This recipe tells you how to take the carrot ‘middles’ that are left after making ribbons and use them to make fries.  They are sweet, colorful, and yummy!  Super easy, kid friendly, and work […]

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Carrot Ribbons

April 8, 2017 | No Comments

Carrots are a super healthy vegetable.  Lots of people know they are rich in Vitamin A and the antioxidant, beta-carotene, but they are also rich in other nutrients.  They contain antioxidants such as anthocyanindins (cyanindins, malvidins), and carotenoids (alpha-carotene and lutein), as well as other vitamins such as Biotin and Vitamin K. I have heard […]

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Raw Refrigerator Brownies

April 2, 2017 | No Comments

For anyone who doesn’t already know, I am a true chocoholic.  I am always looking for ways to sneak chocolate into my day without the excess sugar.  I created this recipe in an attempt to make a brownie that had both protein and fiber in it, but still tasted satisfying.  No baking is required – […]

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Enjoy Life Pizzas

March 26, 2017 | No Comments

The Enjoy Life Company makes some fantastic products for people with all types of food allergies.  If you have never tried their cookies, cereal bars, boxed mixes, or chocolates, I highly recommend checking them out.  Although I usually cook from scratch, I wanted to try Enjoy Life’s pizza dough.  It is quite simple to use […]

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Golden Beets, Endive, & Green Beans

March 20, 2017 | No Comments

Since I had my son in January, I have been on a ‘cook fast, eat fast’ routine because time is precious these days.  I don’t usually make crazy involved recipes to begin with, but the ones I am posting for the next two weeks are a little faster than usual.  This recipe is all vegetables […]

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Veggie Latkes

March 15, 2017 | No Comments

This recipe came to life around Hanukkah because I didn’t want our latkes to be all potato.  I tried a few different versions of these little veggie latkes, and this recipe was the one that everyone agreed tasted the best.  I remember my brother telling me one version that had lots of beet shreds and […]

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Savory Vegetable Pie

March 8, 2017 | No Comments

I am always looking for new ways to get vegetables into my diet.  I want to keep things interesting, don’t you?  No one likes to be bored with their food!  This savory vegetable pie was created when I had a slew of vegetables in the fridge and was craving something that felt like comfort food […]

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Cashew Cream Cheese Spread

March 3, 2017 | No Comments

Since I wrote a post a few days ago about the wonder of cashews, I thought I would post my recipe for cashew cream – a.k.a. ‘cream cheese spread’.  I am not sure if other people feel this way, but when I think of cream, I think of something different than spreadable cheese.  So, when […]

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